Watch: Rakesh Tikait reacts to police order of vacating Ghazipur protest site

Farmer union leader Rakesh Tikait gets emotional after police’s notice. UP Police asked farmers to vacate the Ghazipur border protest site on Thursday. Tikait alleged that government is doing a conspiracy against farmers and said he would rather commit suicide than leave the protest. This comes after BKU leader Naresh Tikait said that the agitation will end. Rakesh Tikait was also seen slapping a man at Ghazipur protest site. He alleged that the man was ‘anti-social’ element and not from their group. Meanwhile, two more farm unions withdrew support from protest. BKU (Lok Shakti), BKU (Ekta) met agriculture minister in Delhi. Watch the full video for more.

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